About Julius K Asiaw

Julius is a certified transformational coach. 

He is a certified master Neuro-Linguistic Programmer and trainer.

He is also trained in clean language which is a technique used in counselling, psychotherapy and coaching.  It is also used in education, business, organisational change and health. 

Julius specialises in addiction and recovery. He has been working in the field of addiction for over 15 years. 

He now continues to work with local charities providing bespoke seminar workshops, The RecoveryMandate. 

Julius recognises that part of the problem with an individual on the recovery path is that the definition of recovery is too definitive.  It’s limited mainly to a person’s decision to stop drug abuse.  The general perception is that the individual with the problem is powerless to do anything about the addiction from a behavioural perspective.  The result is what is commonly known as the continual lapse and relapse cycle. 

A redefinition of recovery is needed in order to create a lasting change and transformation in the life of those looking for help.  The RecoveryMandate workshops seek to help people understand that this belief is limited in its perspective.  For organisations that work with individuals and their families, they have to do something that has never been done before. 

The RecoveryMandate offers bespoke psychosocial training/transformational coaching, seminars and workshops to clients and organisations remotely as well as onsite delivery

If you want to contact him, you can write to this email address:

[email protected]

In This Episode

Julius talks about the pains of addiction. 

Initially, a person might turn to drugs to find some sort of relief.  Relief from emotional and also very often physical pain. 

For Julius it was ‘his saving grace but also a thorn in his side’. 

I would say that it is safe to say that millions of people around the world want to feel loved. They want to feel appreciated and acknowledged.  

If and when they don’t feel it, they look for ways to create that elusive feeling called love.  

As children, we look for it in our parents and as we grow older we seek it in other places.

Many people misunderstand where love comes from and as a result become very unhappy with themselves and with life in general. 

So they turn to other things to find some sort of relief.  

There are many forms of addictions, shopping excessively, sex, porn, food, chocolate, alcohol, drugs just to mention a few. 

Where do you think love is found?

Is it out there in people, pets, places and things?

Where have you been looking?

In this story, one man overcomes many obstacles in his life, sickness, rejection and addiction.  Ultimately he finds love in the one place that we very often forget to look – himself. 

If you are seeking, stop your search. 

You are what you are looking for.

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